Quattroporte GTS - Exteriors
An elegant performance
Contemporary restyling for a classic Italian design
The Maserati Quattroporte is an extraordinary car, and its design is no less impressive. Since 1963, the challenge of stylistically combining the sporty performance and the classical elegance of the most famous Italian luxury sedan has fascinated the greatest designers: Pietro Frua, Bertone, Giorgetto Giugiaro, Marcello Gandini and Pininfarina. Now, the model that represents the epitome of the Maserati philosophy has been restyled in line with tradition, the perfect synthesis of luxury and power.
The famous radiator grille is the first detail of an unmistakable design
Although considerably larger in size, the new Quattroporte is a worthy successor to its forebears, retaining a streamlined and utterly dynamic look. The first detail of this unmistakable design is the distinctive front: the traditional Maserati oval grille, which leads on to the majestic bonnet and the new front light assemblies, with LED day lights. A stylistic feature which makes the car immediately recognisable.
Curvy sides underline the car’s innate sporting character
The headlights almost merge into the line of the sides, which start from the familiar three air vents behind the front wheels and run on in a sequence of muscular curves to caress the new rear light assemblies. The triangular C-pillar, which carries the iconic Saetta logo, is another obvious link to tradition, and an uncompromising expression of the model’s innate sporting character.
Aerodynamic forms, styled in the wind tunnel, enclose a spacious interior
New LED rear lights
The styling with three streamlined windows and no frames on the doors exalts the highly dynamic geometries, giving the car the look of a sleek coupé. The all-LED wraparound rear lights integrate perfectly with the design of the rear bumpers and boot, and are joined together by a chrome-plated central trim that echoes the design of the radiator grille. Lower down, at the sides, the two brushed steel trapezoidal tailpipes are another eye-catching feature.
A style shaped by the wind
The lines of the Quattroporte, designed around a powerful engine, enclose a spacious interior and are the result of in-depth research in the wind tunnel. The large-scale aerodynamic restyling of the car’s undercarriage has improved air flows beneath its body, thus reducing wind resistance. Last but not least, the rear boot spoiler is designed to generate downforce at high speeds.